Ta- dah! *Takes a bow!* Here are my almond biscuits made from almond flour (I ground the almonds in a blender), coconut oil, honey and lemon juice:
I’m well aware that for most people, baking isn’t much of an achievement, but for me it’s HUGE. Mainly because I actually had enough energy and felt healthy enough this afternoon to make biscuits (usually my wonderful Mum makes them for me.) And also because I have very limited experience on the cooking/baking front. Basically, I’m rubbish at it!
But not today. 🙂 This afternoon, I happily whipped up these grain-free, dairy-free, egg-free, most other things-free biscuits and ok, they’re not perfect and they look kind of funny, but they taste YUMMY, which, after all is the whole point.
Now, there’s a whole host of other recipes I’d like to try – thanks to all my food intolerances I have to be creative, but that’s ok. In fact, it’s more than ok, it’s actually kind of fun.
Day 267, Reason 267: Today I am really, REALLY happy and grateful that I felt well enough and inspired enough to make almond biscuits.
Off to eat another one now!
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98 reasons to feel glad/happy/joyful to find
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